12 DAYS HONEYMOON TOUR MYANMAR
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Places to visit: Yangon – Bagan – Mt.Popa – Mandalay – Amarapura – Mingun – Sagaing – Inwa – Heho – Pindaya – Kalaw – Inle Lake –Indein – Yangon (12Days /11Nights)
Itinerary Day by Day
Day 01: Arrive Yangon
Receive you from the Yangon International Airport according to the convenient time and transfer to hotel. After check-in at your hotel, a brief introduction by walking tour at old colonial style city center, the gilded Sule Pagoda dated back over 2,000 years and continue to the Strand Hotel, also one of the buildings built by British and China Town area. Dinner at a local cozy restaurant. Overnight in Yangon.
Day 02: Yangon – Visits
After breakfast, visit Bogyoke Market (formerly known as Scott Market), where you can find famous jades and jewelries where you can find Myanmar famous gems and jewellery sales centers, Myanmar traditional products such as slippers, longyi’s etc.. After lunch at local restaurant, visit to Chauk Htat Gyi reclining image which was the third largest reclining image in Myanmar. Stop for photos at the Kandawgyi Garden, where Karaweik Hall, and a floating royal barge with backdrop of lashed trees and an idyllic lake and followed by the massive Shwedagon Pagoda, one of the wonders of the world for its religious significance, artistic beauty and its association with Myanmar culture. In the evening, walking in China Town. Overnight in Yangon.
Day 03: Bagan
Early morning flight to Bagan and transfer to your hotel (if the room is available).
Highlights on this morning’s tour include Shwezigon Pagoda – the prototype of Pagodas in Myanmar, Wetkyi in Gu Byauk Gyi Temple with its fine tempera mural paintings depicting the life stories of Buddha, and Ananda Temple the most aesthetically beautiful monument in Bagan. Enjoy lunch at a riverside restaurant.
In the afternoon visit a lacquer workshop to discover the intricate process of making lacquer ware. Continue to Manuha Temple with its large seated Buddha image enshrined in a relatively small sanctum, illustrating the melancholy of a confined king. Nanbaya Temple with its noted perforated windows and friezes is a unique sandstone monument, said to have been the residence of King Manuha. Next is the Myingaba Gu Byauk Gyi Temple, a Mon style temple renowned for its fine frescoes preserved by UNESCO. A visit to Shwesandaw Pagoda a perfect spot to enjoy a magnificent sunset will conclude the day.
Overnight in Bagan.
Day 04: Bagan (by Ebikes)
After breakfast around 8:00 a 3 hours electric bicycles tour will be started from the hotel to Old Bagan visiting Shwegugyi, Dhammayangyi and Thetbyinyu temples via the ox cart track to get a different travel experience through the Bagan monuments. Take a break at the local coffee shop to have cold drink under the shade or return to hotel to relax.
In the evening take the horsecart ride through Taung Phee village and visit Nat Laung Kyang and enjoy the sunset at Bu Paya. Overnight in Bagan.
Day 05: Bagan – Mt.Popa – Mandalay (By Car)
After breakfast departure from Bagan to Mandalay (133km – 4 hours approx). Stop at Mount Popa for some breathtaking photo opportunities.
Among local villagers Mount Popa is known as the home of the “Nats” spirits. Learn the history and culture of the 37 Nats from Mt.Popa. Evening arrival in Mandalay early evening and check into your hotel. Then to Amarapura, to stroll along the historic and much photographed U Bein Bridge, the world´s longest teakwood bridge built in 1851. Overnight in Mandalay.
Day 06: Mandalay – Mingun – Mandalay
After breakfast in the morning, visit to Mahamuni Pagoda, Mandalay’s most fabled religious monument where you will have an awe inspiring view of a Buddha image covered with chunky layers of gold foils, and visit to a gold leaf making workshop and observe how to make hand-made gold leaves and the Royal Palace and visit local Zey Gyo market. In the afternoon, transfer to jetty to enjoy the boat trip to Mingun. Lunch at the river side restaurant. Mingun is situated about 11 km (one hour each way) upstream from Mandalay. Visit the unfinished Mingun Temple , originally built with the intention of being the world’s biggest pagoda, the Mingun Bell, weighing 87 tons and being the world’s largest intact bronze bell, the elegant Hsinbyume Pagoda, with its ornate 7 circular terraces. Return to Mandalay in the evening. Accommodation in Mandalay.
Day 07: Mandalay – Sagaing – Ava – Mandalay
After breakfast, visit Sagaing Hill where you can see from the hill lots of white and gold pagodas along the Irrawaddy River. Visita Swan Oo Ponyashin Pagoda, U Min Thone Sae. Observe ways of life of nun monastery from Sagaing Hill. Alter that, drive to “Ava”. On the way from Sagaing to Ava, you can visit handmade silverware workshop. Excursion to the old royal capital of INWA (Ava), can be made with a ponny-trap riding. Visit to Ava’s Leaning Tower called “Nan Myint”, “Maha Aungmyae Bonzan” monastery made with stucco brick and Bagayar monastery famous for its impressive woodcarvings with teak woods. Return to Mandalay and overnight in Mandalay.
Day 08: Mandalay – Heho – Pindaya – Kalaw (By Flight)
Fly to Heho this morning to visit eastern Shan state.
On arrival at Heho, transfer to Pindaya, a small quiet little town where visit Pindaya caves with Buddha images in many different positions. Visit Sin Gaung monastery and Parasol Handmake working. Then, drive to Kalaw, 70 kilometers west of Taunggyi, the capital of Southern Shan State. It was a very popular hill station during the British era. It is located 1320m above sea level, with cool and pleasant climate. Accommodation in Kalaw.
Day 09: Kalaw – Inle Lake
After breakfast, visit Kalaw and its market. After that, transfer to Inle Lake. On the way, visit Nyaung Shwe. Nyaung Shwe market and “Shwe Yan Pyay” monastery are among to visit. After that, transfer by boat to the hotel in Inle Lake. An excursion by boat on Inle Lake will include seeing the famous leg-rowers, typical floating gardens, local methods of fishing and village life. Enjoy a lunch at a local restaurant on the lake. The highlights on the lake are Phaungdaw Oo Pagoda, Nga Phe Chaung Monastery with a collection of ancient Shan-style Buddha images and other sites such as blacksmiths, silversmiths, weaving looms, etc. Overnight on the lake.
Day 10: Inle – Indein
After breakfast, visit around Inle Lake and Indein. Visit Indain old pagodas and back to hotel in the evening.
Day 11: Bagan – Yangon (By Flight)
Time this morning to transfer by road to Heho Airport (25m -1 hour) to fly back to Yangon. Upon your arrival, transfer to hotel for check-in. The rest of the day is free to pursue individual interests. Overnight in Yangon.
Day 12: Yangon Departure
A free day to catch up on some last minute shopping at the Bogyoke Market or enjoy the panoramic view from the Sakura Tower. Transfer to Yangon International Airport.
- Described Tours
- language guide or English speaking guides (depend on your option from budget)
- Entrance fees (if you go with tour guide/s)
- Transports with private car as per itinerary
- Boat in Inle Lake, in Mingun
- Electric bikes & Horsecart in Bagan
- Short trip by boat and horsecart in Inwa (if you go with tour guide/s)
- Transports from airport to hotel and vice versa
- Hotel accommodations with daily breakfast
- Internal flights
- Two purified drinking water bottles and two refreshment towels per person per day
- Meals & Beverages
- language guide or English speaking guides (depend on your option from budget)
- Entrance fees (if you go without tour guide/s)
- Short trip by boat and horse cart in Inwa (if you go without tour guide/s)
- International Flights
- Personal expenses such as tipping, camera tax, etc
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